Twitter Enacted A Disclaimer That States “There Is No Evidence Of Voter Fraud In Maricopa County”
Maricopa County’s preliminary election audit hearing revealed several pieces of evidence that shows voter fraud occurred in the state of Arizona.
In the hearing the CEO of Cyber Ninjas the company that conducted the forensic audit stated that over 74,000 mail-in ballots were never sent out!
He also concluded that there were over 25,000 duplicate ballots that had missing serial numbers which goes against a Arizona law which states all duplicates ballots must have the same serial numbers as the original ballot.
The news of the evidence was all over Twitter which resulted in Twitter personnel immediately putting up a disclaimer stating that “there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in Maricopa County”
The Western Journal had more details to share on the the Maricopa County Audit:
On Thursday, Arizona Republicans issued a major announcement related to the audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 general election results.
During the proceedings, Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann, along with state Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen, gave the floor to auditors who announced that as many as 74,000 absentee ballot mail-in records are missing in addition to a great many vote irregularities found by the audit.
Fann began the hearing by introducing three individuals who played key roles in the state audit.
Lead auditor Doug Logan first introduced a video clip that detailed the process and emphasized the security measures that were taken to ensure the audit could proceed safely.
Former Arizona Secretary of State and Arizona Senate liaison Ken Bennett then provided specifics of the audit, including how many ballots were received and examined, how data was collected and examined from voting equipment and which security protocols were enforced while the audit took place.
The liaison noted that the examination of duplicate ballots was a particularly strenuous process. Duplicate ballots are typically produced when a ballot becomes damaged or is improperly marked.
Once again Twitter is attempting to censor any news stories that involves that there was fraud in the 2020 Presidential election.